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seems stable enough!

4.8ghz seems to really be the optimal cpu speed for this cpu out of my lottery.

basically 20% increase in voltage equates to 20% increase in speed for this one.

I have tried higher but honestly unless I delid and go with indigo extreme tim it isn't worth it ( and even then wouldn't be for myself for 24/7 use hitting 1.5 V maybe more.

None the less I am fairly happy, despite not getting quite the speed I was hoping for.

I focused solely on the cpu clock, so I have much more to do to ensure stability as I move into the other areas.

Here is my validations! smile.gif




http://valid.x86.fr/jayf3y

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Now time to get working on the Bclk, ram, and gpus tongue.gif


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Username: JJBY
CPU Model: 6700k
Base Clock: 100.15 MHZ
Core Multiplier: 48
Core Frequency: 4805 MHZ
Cache Frequency: 4104 MHZ
Vcore in UEFI: Adaptive Mode, Offset + Vcore 1.35 offset 0.076 LLC 5
Vcore: 1.456v
FCLK: 1000.7 MHZ
Cooling Solution: EK wb Predator 360mm
Stability Test: Prime 95 29.7 3rs 38 mins * see above for SS pass

Batch Number: Vietnam, BATCH# X615C436
Ram Speed:Work In Progress * stock 1067 Mhz CL 15-15-5-36-50
Ram Voltage: 1.2V
Motherboard: ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Formula
LLC Setting: 5
Misc Comments: This was only work on the CPU, I will update later with additional entire system clocks


To be charted in the main chart, you must fulfill one of the following requirements:
Prime v28.7 1 hour
OCCT 4.4.1 1 hour
Linpack from the Linpack Package download run at max settings (not recommended) 2 hours
Prime v27.9 3 hours

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IBT 3 hours
x264 16T 5 hours
Realbench 5 hours

Aida64 and XTU do not count no matter the length of the test.


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To have this optional column ticked off, you must submit a picture showing that the stress test has been completed as you claimed. You also must have HWinfo open, showing both the frequency and Vcore. (Many people forget to make sure the Vcore reading is showing.)
Edited by JJBY - 10/5/16 at 6:13pm
post #9272 of 11364
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Originally Posted by DeathAngel74 View Post

Well....Here goes.
I tried 5.0 @ 1.5v, it booted but was not stable, so I tried 4.9 @ 1.5v. Not stable either. I got to 4.801 @ 1.485v 84C, also not stable for more than 2 hours. 4.7 @ 1.46v 82C was not stable either. So meh...lol.
4.625 @ 1.395 is stable ironically.
So this is my dilemma:
4.4 @ 1.265v 58C
4.5 @ 1.280v 67C
4.6 @ 1.37v 71C
4.625 @ 1.395v 80C
I'm still under 1.4v technically, but different sites give conflicting advice. And this IS OCN for god's sake(insert random deity here). Most ppl are telling me to drop down to 4.5 @ 1.280v, but to me the increase between that and 4.625 is noticeable. I like moar powah! So yeah....I'm cornfusled. tongue.gif

You sound like me, lol. I personally would rather have that extra bit of power at the cost of the life time of the product.

The reason why they are telling you to do 4.5 ghz is because that seems to be the sweet spot out of those benchmarks in performance per volt.

Again, unless this is something you want to be 100% sure works perfectly fine still in 3-6 years or more, then I see absolutely nothing wrong with the 4.625 over clock imo.

Sucks that the higher clocks weren't working in your favor though frown.gif
post #9273 of 11364
I just don't have the time to eff around with voltages and the like. Working crazy hours at BBY + wife and kids. lol. Maybe if I had more time, I could get it stable at 4.7 or 4.8. It sucks, for every 100MHz it takes + 0.090v increase. I think I hit the chip's wall, ie the point of diminishing returns.
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It's not that I was using LLC incorrectly, it's that high LLC on this board literally gave me 1.45vcore with no added voltage when offset was set to +0.005v (basically nothing). I normally use 75% on boards or 5/6 on Asus to get the most stable voltage possible. My AsRock was on level 3 out of 5 for this reason (gave me 100% consistent results with vdroop). The only way to lower the voltage without a massive negative offset was to put it at LLC 2/3 which gave weird voltage swings. Adaptive doesn't have this issue for whatever reason.

I really do think all motherboards should have many levels of LLC and very good offset/adaptive voltage settings. When I played around with the Gaming 7 on my brother's computer, I found the offset option hidden behind a voltage number and having to press page down to find it and then found out that it only had two wildly swinging LLC settings. That to me isn't acceptable, every motherboard should have good voltage control beyond manual, so a premium board should always be perfect. Also, I have had overclocks require more voltage over time as a result of constant voltage, so the degradation in my experience was very real. Anyways, adaptive replaces offset for me, at least on this motherboard, so I won't go into bother talking about that anymore.

Thanks again for the help.

sounds like you got it figured out. And yes, High LLC on ASUS boards will increase vcore (significantly) under high current loads... just be aware that the load line overshoot (voltage transient I mentioned) is on top of the (now) elevated vcore. MOdern VRMs are much better at controlling this LLO; LLC let's us control it further. smile.gif
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I went back to 4.6GHz core/cache @ 1.35v adaptive, +0.020 offset(1.37v, total), LLC 5. Highest temp is 70 degrees C, average 67 degrees C. Totally not worth the extra .25MHz/0.025v, considering the extra heat.
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Hey guys,

Am i missing something as i just got this CPU installed for a week now and i easily got 4.8Ghz, below is what i did

Mobo - Gigabyte Z-170 G1 Gaming
CPU - 4.8Ghz
CPU Cache - 4.4Ghz
CPU Volts - 1.35v
Blck - 100

Ram - Corsair Vengence 2x16Gb rated 3200Mhz
Ram - 3000Mhz
Ram Timings - 16 18 18 36 - 1T DC
Ram Volts - 1.35

Its wierd, my idle is 37c- 39c, load 68c - 70c, im using a Corsair H100i in push pull config and temps are staying low, seems like this CPU loves to be overclocked very easily.... i was using a very nice x99 rig, then thought im not using it to its full potential, and since i only game and browse the web, i thought lets try the 6700k. To be honest i pleasently surprised this CPU is very good for what it is...

Nice chip, i hope the 7700k overclocks just as well with low temps, maybe we can hit the magic no of 5.0Ghz.....

Cant wait....
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You used a Z170 board in a X99 rig?
     
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Hey guys,

Am i missing something as i just got this CPU installed for a week now and i easily got 4.8Ghz, below is what i did

Mobo - Gigabyte Z-170 G1 Gaming
CPU - 4.8Ghz
CPU Cache - 4.4Ghz
CPU Volts - 1.35v
Blck - 100

Ram - Corsair Vengence 2x16Gb rated 3200Mhz
Ram - 3000Mhz
Ram Timings - 16 18 18 36 - 1T DC
Ram Volts - 1.35

Its wierd, my idle is 37c- 39c, load 68c - 70c, im using a Corsair H100i in push pull config and temps are staying low, seems like this CPU loves to be overclocked very easily.... i was using a very nice x99 rig, then thought im not using it to its full potential, and since i only game and browse the web, i thought lets try the 6700k. To be honest i pleasently surprised this CPU is very good for what it is...

Nice chip, i hope the 7700k overclocks just as well with low temps, maybe we can hit the magic no of 5.0Ghz.....

Cant wait....

Is that stable for 3 hours in prime 95 27.9 or IBT? If so that is amazing!
post #9279 of 11364
nah i swapped out the x99 rig, even though ive overclocked the 5960x @ 4.6 it did run hot, i noticed with the 6700k z-170 they run much cooler and it has same or better performance in games.

I havent tested it in prime yet, but for what i do which is gaming it runs fine with the 1080, ive tested it with quite a few games for hours on end without any problems... cool eh.

I need to test in prime, which i will do as soon as...
post #9280 of 11364
Are 26 passes of IBT @ very high enough to test stability? I've already completed 10 passes successfully. Sorry to be a PITA. redface.gif
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